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Baccano! (translated from Italian as "Ruckus") is a anime television series based on a series of light novels by Ryohgo Narita. The show consists of 13 televised episodes and 3 DVD-exclusive episodes, and is primarily set in New York City and Chicago between 1930 to 1932. The author has cited several American gangster flicks such as The Untouchables, The Public Enemy, Once Upon A Time In America and Miller's Crossing as being key inspirations.
The following weapons were used in the anime series Baccano!:
The iconic M1911A1 is one of the more frequently seen weapons in the series. Most are unmodified, save for the Gandor brothers who all carry M1911A1s equipped with sound suppressors.
Goose, the leader of the Lemures, carries a Luger P08.
Mauser C96 with Stock
One of the Daily Days reporters is seen with a Mauser C96 fitted with a stock.
Schofield Model 3
A Schofield Model 3 can be seen in a case on the table during Firo's induction ceremony.
Smith & Wesson Model 10
The Smith & Wesson Model 10 is frequently seen in the hands of various characters.
Webley Mk VI
One of the reporters at the Daily Days uses a Webley Mk IV.
One of the Lemures uses a 1903A4 Springfield Sniper Rifle with an M84 scope.
Ladd Russo's weapon of choice is a fictional rifle with a straight-grip stock, a hexagonal barrel, and (oddly) no sights; it appears to have been based on the Winchester Model 1873, but is pump-action rather than lever-action. Notably, Ladd typically uses the rifle one-handed; a lever-action rifle could actually be cycled with one hand, so the decision to make it a pump-action instead is rather bizarre.
Winchester Model 1897
The Winchester Model 1897 makes an appearance in the hands of a police officer during the first episode.
M1928 Thompson Submachine Gun
Keeping with the classic Depression-era feel, the most prevalent weapon in Baccano! is the iconic M1928 Thompson Submachine Gun.
Type 93/Type 100 flamethrower
Near the end of the Flying Pussyfoot arc, Goose is seen using a flamethrower which appears to be a Japanese Type 93 / 100 Flamethrower.
Goose's glove has a semi-automatic gun built into it that fires when the barrel is pressed inward with the intent of pressing the barrel up against a target. This general concept is similar to the OSS Pistol Glove.